Close
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Search
Filters
Today rye bread is loved all over the world. But it is not known whether this product would exist in our time, if not for Rusichi. After all, in ancient times in its homeland (and this is southern Europe, Middle and Asia Minor), rye was considered a weed.
Availability: In stock
SKU: 4771138191194
$8.50

Today rye bread is loved all over the world. But it is not known whether this product would exist in our time, if not for Rusichi. After all, in ancient times in its homeland (and this is southern Europe, Middle and Asia Minor), rye was considered a weed. There, this plant was carefully exterminated from fields sown with wheat and barley. And only closer to Northern and Central Europe the rye has found the present judges.
In the Middle Ages, it has become one of the main crops grown in Russia, and rye bread is almost the staple food. And as modern researchers suggest, it was thanks to black bread that Rusich did not know what an avitaminosis is.

Today rye bread is loved all over the world. But it is not known whether this product would exist in our time, if not for Rusichi. After all, in ancient times in its homeland (and this is southern Europe, Middle and Asia Minor), rye was considered a weed. There, this plant was carefully exterminated from fields sown with wheat and barley. And only closer to Northern and Central Europe the rye has found the present judges.
In the Middle Ages, it has become one of the main crops grown in Russia, and rye bread is almost the staple food. And as modern researchers suggest, it was thanks to black bread that Rusich did not know what an avitaminosis is.

Write your own review
  • Product can be reviewed only after purchasing it
  • Only registered users can write reviews
  • Bad
  • Excellent
Product tags
Customers who bought this item also bought

Dark Rye Bread Borodino 700g

Ingredients: Rye flour 71%, Wheat flour 29%, water, rye malt, sugar, yeast, salt, coriander. Borodino bread can rightfully be ranked among the most popular food products, which are in great demand not only among the majority of the inhabitants of the Russian Federation, but also in countries that were formerly part of the USSR.
$7.50

Buckwheat Uvelka - 800g

In ancient Slavs buckwheat porridge was considered "food of the heroes", and brought it to Russia from Greece. The motherland of buckwheat is the highlands of the Himalayas, where its wild species still grow. In Russia the name "buckwheat" came from the "supplier country" - Greece, but in Western Europe (Portugal, Spain and France) it was called Arabian or Saracen grains.
$9.95

Rye Bread Palangos 700g

Ingridients: Rye 69%, wheat flour 31%, water, sugar, salt, wet yeast, malt extract. Nutrition facts (100g): 230 kcal / 974 KJ Total Fat 0,84 Saturated Fat 0,115 Carbohydrates 49,67 Sugars 1,76 Fiber 4,18 Protein 5,83 Salt 0,304 Cholesterol 0,00
$7.50